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Your Money, Your Choice (Israel: US-Built Transmitters) #138915

ABC Evening News for Monday, Nov 09, 1992
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report on how the American tax dollar is spent introduced.

(Washington: John Martin) Plans for an American-funded project to construct 16 radio transmitters in the Israeli desert to broadcast into Soviet central Asia, where Western signals had been jammed by the Communists, featured; diagram and scenes shown of the site. The Board for International Broadcasting said wanting to continue with the 250 million project despite suggestions from a US commission that Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty be phased out now that the Cold War has ended. [Broadcasting board chairman Malcolm FORBES, Junior - defends project.] [Retired American diplomat Walter ROBERTS - offers an alternative.]

(Studio: Peter Jennings) Other ways in which the 250 million could be spent outlined on screen.

Jennings, Peter;
Martin, John

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